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6919 KNOX's (John) View of the British Empire, more especially Scotland; with some Proposals for the Improvement of that Country, the Extension of its Fisheries, and the Relief of the People; 2 vols. 8vo, half-bound, 8s.


6920 KNOX's (J. W.) Remarks on the supposed Dionysius Longinus, with an Attempt to restore the Treatise on Sublimity to its original State; 8vo, boards, 6s. Inquiry into the Truth of History, 2 Parts; 8vo, sewed, 68.


the same, Part 11; 8vo, sewed, 3s.


1829-30 1830

6922 6923 KNOX's (Robert) Historical Relation of the Island of Ceylon, with an Account of the Captivity and Escape of the Author; folio, map and many curious plates, neat, 18s.168【 the same, with the History of Ceylon to the year 1815, by Philalethes (Rev. R. Fellowes, D.D.); 4to, map and plates (published at 27. 12s. 6d.) boards, 18s. 1817


"This work, though published so long ago, and by one who was a pri soner, still retains its character, as the fullest and most interesting account of the inhabitants of Ceylon in the English language."-Stevenson.

6925 KNOX's (Vicesimus) Works; 7 vols. 8vo (published at 37.13s. 6d.) boards, 11. 5s.




the same; 7 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 8s.



Personal Nobility or Letters to a Young Nobleman on the Conduct of his Studies, and the Dignity of the Peerage; 12mo, neat, 4s.

1793 Essays, Moral and Literary; 3 vols. 12mo, calf gilt, 10s. 6d.


6928 KNOX's (Capt. John) Historical Journal of the Campaigns in North America, for the Years 1757, 1758, 1759, and 1760: containing the most remarkable Occurrences of that Period, particularly the Two Sieges of Quebec, &c. &c. 2 vols. 4to, map and portraits of Generals Amherst and Woolf, fine copy, in old calf, 11. 8s.


6929 KOLBEN'S (P.) Present State of the Cape of Good Hope, translated by Medley; 2 vols. 8vo, plates, neat, 12s. 1731 6930 Koop's (M.) Historical Account of the Substances which have been used to describe Events and to convey Ideas, from the earliest Date to the Invention of Paper; 8vo, plate, calf, marbled edges, 8s.


Printed on paper manufactured solely from straw, with the appendix on paper made from wood.

6931 KORAN, commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed, translated into English, with Explanatory Notes, and a Preliminary Discourse by Sale; 4to, plates, BEST EDITION, neat, 17.4s. 1734 the same, 4to, sheets Mm and Nn deficient, from the Library of the Right Hon. E. Burke; 7s. the same; 2 vols. 8vo, new Edition, boards, ll. the same; 2 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 11. 5s.



6934 6935




the same, in one volume, 8vo (published at 15s.) cloth,



6936 KOSTER'S (Henry) Travels in Brazil; 4to, coloured plates (published at 27. 10s. in boards) half-bound, 16s.



the same; 2 vols. 8vo, plates (pub. at 17. 4s.) bds. 8s.1817



6938 KOTZEBUE'S (Augustus von) Life, and a Selection of his Plays, translated by Anne Plumtre; 2 vols. 8vo, red morocco, joints, gilt edges, 21. 8s. 6939 KOTZEBUE'S (Otto von) Voyage of Discovery into the South Sea and Beering's Straits, for the purpose of Exploring a North-East Passage; 3 vols. 8vo, numerous maps and coloured plates (published at 21. 5s.) boards, 16s. 6939*KRUSENSTERN'S (Capt. A. J. von) Voyage round the World in the Years 1803-6, by Order of the Emperor of Russia, translated by R. B. Hoppner; 2 vols. in 1, 4to, map and coloured plates (published at 21. 12s. 6d.) bds. 16s. 1813 the same; 2 vols. in 1; 4to, calf gilt, Il. 1s. LABILLARDIERE'S Voyage in Search of La Perouse; 2 vols. 8vo, and 4to. Atlas, containing Map and 43 Plates (published at 11. 8s.) boards, 10s. 6d.

6940 6941


1800 6942 LABORDE'S (Alexandre de) View of Spain: comprising a Descriptive Itinerary of each Province, and a general Statistical Account of the Country; 6 vols. 8vo, maps (published at 31. 13s. 6d. in boards), calf neat, 17. 4s.


6943 LABORDE's (Leon de) Journey through Arabia Petræa to Mount Sinai and the Excavated City of Petra, the Edom of the Prophecies; 8vo, numerous plates and woodcuts, cloth, 15s. 1836

6944 LACHLAN'S (Mrs. Elizabeth) Sacred Readings; small 8vo, bds. 5s. 1834 6945 LACTANTIUS of the Manner in which the Persecutors died, translated by Sir D. Dalrymple, Lord Hailes; foolscap 8vo, boards, 6s. Edinburgh, 1782 6946 ib. 1782 6947 LADIES' CALLING, by the Author of the Whole Duty of Man ; 8vo, fine frontispiece, half-bound, 3s. Oxford, 1673

the same; foolscap 8vo, calf neat, 7s.

6948 LADD (Wm.) on the Congress of Nations; royal 8vo, 6d. 1840 6949 LA FONTAINE'S (J. de) Fables and Tales, in French and English; 8vo, neat, 2s.


1734 Fables, translated in Verse, by R. Thomson; 4 vols. in 1, 8vo, neat, 5s. Paris, 1806

6951 LAING'S (David) Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Buildings, public and private, executed in various Parts of England, &c. including the New Custom House, London, with Plans, Details, and Descriptions; royal folio, 59 plates (pub. at 51. 5s.) bds. 17. 16s.


6952 LAING'S (Malcolm) History of Scotland, from James VI to the Accession of Queen Anne, with a Dissertation on the Participation of Mary in the Murder of Darnley; 4 vols. 8vo, bds. 17. 16s.


the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf extra, 2l. 12s. 6d.



“The ardour of Mr. Laing in the cause of liberty, is not disgraced by democratic coarseness, or theoretical refinement. His enquiry into the controverted question of Mary's participation in the death of Darnley, is minute without tediousness, and acute without sophistry.-Whether I consider his sagacity in explaining causes, his clearness in relating facts, his vigour. pourtraying characters, or his ingenuity in unfolding and enforcing principles, I shall ever find reason to lament that the continuation of Hume's History was not undertaken by a writer so eminently qualified as Mr. Laing is for a work so arduous and so important.—DR. PARR (Bibliotheca Parriana)

6954 LAING'S (Samuel) Three Years' Residence in Norway; 8vo, (published at 15s.) cloth, 12s.


6955 Tour in Sweden; 8vo (published at 12s.) cloth, 9s. 1839 6956 LAIRESSE (G. de) on the Art of Painting, exemplified by Remarks on the Paintings of the best Masters. Revised by W. M. Craig; 2 vols. 4to, 70 plates, calf gilt, 21.12s. 6d. 1817 6957 LAMB'S (CHARLES) COMPLETE WORKS (Essays of Elia, both Series; Rosamond Gray; Poems; and Letters, with Sketch of his Life, by Serjeant Talfourd) complete in one volume royal 8vo, cloth, 15s.



6960 6961




PROSE AND POETICAL WORKS; 5 vols. post 8vo (pub. at 21. 5s.) bds. 11. 1s.

Poetical Works; post 8vo, bds. 6s.



Essays of Elia, both Series; 2 vols. crown 8vo, bds. 14s. 1838 Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who lived about the Time of Shakespeare, with Notes; 2 vols. foolscap 8vo, bds. 14s. 1837 Letters, with a Sketch of his Life, by Mr. Sergeant Talfourd; 2 vols. 8vo, bds. 11.


John Woodvil, a Tragedy: to which are added, Fragments by R. Burton; foolscap 8vo, bds. 3s.

1802 6964 LAMB'S (Sir James Bland) Birth and Triumph of Love, a Poem; small 8vo, with plates after the Designs of H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth (pub. at 17.1s.) bds. 5s. Bensley, 1823 6965 LAMB'S (Matthew, Rector of Warcop) Sermons, preached from 1719 to 1732; 4to, AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT, 10s. 6966 LAMBARDE'S (Wm.) Alphabetical Description of the chief Places in England and Wales (with the Anglo-Saxon Etymologies) including an Account of the most Memorable Events which have distinguished them; 4to, neat, scarce,



6967 the same, 4to, fine portrait by Vertue inserted, nt. 18s. 1730 6968 LAMBERT's (B.) History and Survey of London and its Environs; 4 vols. 8vo, with numerous fine Views, Portraits, &c. first impressions (pub. at 27. 16s.) bds. 17. the same; 4 vols. 8vo, calf neat, 17. 4s.




6970 LAMBERT'S (AYLMER BOURKE) DESCRIPTION OF THE GENUS PINUS, illustrated with Figures, Directions relative to the Cultivation, and Remarks on the Uses of the various Species; imperial folio. THE ORIGINAL EDITION, with 47 MOST EXQUISITELY COLOURED ENGRAVINGS, a very choice copy from the Library of Dr. Maton (who contributed to the work the Treatise on the Medicinal Uses, &c.) halfbound, uncut, 251. 1803-7


Very rare; only 25 copies of this edition were coloured for sale, at 521.10s. each. As Don's varies considerably from the original, to form a perfect copy it is desirable to have both editions.

GENUS PINUS, WITH DESCRIPTIONS BY PROFESSOR DON; 3 vols. imperial folio, the plates MOST EXQUISITELY COLOURED (under Professor Don's immediate inspection) in the first style of Art, equal to the original Drawings, and mounted upon card-board, half-bound morocco, gilt edges, 52l. 10s.


This edition was published at 781. 158. and limited to 25 copies.

6972 LAMBERT'S (AYLMER BOURKE) DESCRIPTION OF THE GENUS PINUS, with Directions relative to the Cultivation, and Remarks on the Uses of the several Species; also Descriptions of many other Species of the Family of Coniferæ; royal folio, containing 92 BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED PLATES, with the Text in royal 8vo, uniformly half-bound morocco, with top edges gilt, 121. 12s. 1842



This beautiful and admirable work is indispensable to every landholder planting upon his estate. At its present price it is within the reach of every practical man; and as the number printed is very limited, should be secured without delay. The text may be had separately for 11. 1s.

Illustration of the Genus Cinchona: to which is prefixed, Vahl's Dissertation on this Genus. Also a Description of the Hyænanche, or Hyæna Poison; 4to, 13 plates, bds. 10s. 1797 Illustration of the Genus Cinchona, comprising Descriptions of all the Officinal Peruvian Barks, including several new Species. Also Baron de Humboldt's Account of the Cinchona Forests of S. America, and Lambert's Memoir on the different Species of Quinquina. To which are added several Dissertations of D. Hippolyto Ruiz on various Medicinal Plants of S. America, and a short Account of the Spikenard of the Ancients; 4to, 4 plates (published at 17. 10s.) bds. 10s.


6975 LAMBERT's (John) Travels through Canada, and the United States of North America; 2 vols. 8vo, map and plates (pub. at 17. 10s.) bds. 10s.


6976 LAMONT's (John, of Newton) Chronicle of Fife, being his Diary from 1649 to 1671; 4to, bds. 16s. Edinburgh, 1830 6977 LAMOUROUX's (J. V. F.) Corallina: or, a Classical Arrangement of Flexible Coralline Polypidons (translated by Miss Willoughby); 8vo, 19 plates, bds. rare, 14s.


"An excellent abstract of Lamouroux's memoir on the flexible corals. The work is so scarce, that a new edition is in great request."— Mantell's Wonders of Geology.

LANCASHIRE. 6978 LANCASHIRE LOVERS: or, the Excellent History of Philocles and Doriclea; 8vo, frontispiece, and engraved title, fine copy in old russia, rare, 17. 16s.


6979 LIFE of the Rev. Robert Housman, Incumbent of St. Anne's, Lancaster, 1838

Lancaster; &ro, sewed, 1s. 6d.

6980 TOWNLEY'S (Charles) Account of Antiquities discovered at Ribchester, in Lancashire (from Vetusta Monumenta); royal folio, 4 plates, 8s.



6981 LANCASTER'S (T. W.) Bampton Lectures: the Popular Evidence of Christianity Stated and Examined; 8vo (published at 12s.) bds. 9s. Oxford, 1831 Harmony of the Law and Gospel with Regard to the Doctrine of a Future State; 8vo, bds. 10s. 6d. ib. 1825 6982 LANCELOT's (Dom Claude) Tour to Alet and La Grande Chartreuse; with some Account of the Monastery and Abbot Reformer of La Trappe; also Biographical Sketches of the Abbé St. Cyran, and Bp. Jansenius; with a brief View of Port Royal, by Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck ; 2 vols. small 8vo, half-bound, 12s.



6983 LANDEN'S (John) Mathematical Lucubrations; 4to, 5s. Mathematical Memoirs; vol. 1, 4to, plates, calf, 7s. 1780 Mathematical Memoirs; 2 vols. in 1, 4to, plates, calf neat, scarce, 11. 1780-89




the same; 2 vols. in 1, 4to, half-bound, 18s. 1780-89 6987 LANDI'S (Gaetano) Architectural Decorations, consisting of Original Designs for the interior and exterior Decoration of Galleries, Halls, Apartments, and whatever relates to Furniture; imperial folio, 30 FINELY COLOURED PLATES, (pub. at 107. 10s.) bds. 21.


6988 LANDMANN's (Lieut.-Col. G.) HISTORICAL, MILITARY, AND PICTURESQUE OBSERVATIONS ON PORTUGAL (including his Personal Narrative of the Peninsular War); 2 vols. imperial 4to, 75 FINELY COLOURED ENGRAVINGS (Views, Plans of Sieges and Battles, &c.) half-bound morocco, uncut, top edges gilt (pub. at 157. 15s. unbound) 37. 13s. 6d. 1818 6989 LANDON'S (C. P.) WORKS OF RAFFAELLE, DOMENICHINO, POUSSIN, AND ALBANO, consisting of four hundred and fortyfive Engravings in Outline, from Pictures painted by those Great Masters, principally for the Illustration of the Holy Scriptures (and including a Series of 82 Engravings from these Masters, illustrating the Calendar) preceded by the Lives of the Artists, and by concise Notices of their Productions; 5 vols. folio, LARGE PAPER, fine impressions (pub. at 261. 58.) bds. 71. 7s.


These plates are admirably adapted for illustrating the Bible and Prayer. Book, either in folio or quarto size.

6990 LANDON'S (Letitia Elizabeth, the late Mrs. Maclean) Poetical Works of L. E. L. 4 vols. foolscap 8vo, with Illustrations by Howard, &c. cloth, 1l. 8s.


6991 LANDOR'S (Walter Savage) Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men and Statesmen, both Series, 5 vols. 8vo (pub. at 37.) bds. 21. 2s.

6992 6993

the same; 5 vols. 8vo, calf gilt, 21. 18s.



Imaginary Conversations. First Series; 3 vols. 8vo, bds. 18s.


“A work generally and justly admired for the originality of thought, the depth of reflection, and the free and fearless spirit of enquiry which it exhi bits; and for the style, always animated and ever powerful, in which it is written."-Dr. Parr.

6994 LANDSEER'S (John) Sabæan Researches, in a Series of Essays, addressed to distinguished Antiquaries, and including the Substance of a Course of Lectures, delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, on the Engraved Hieroglyphics of Chaldea, Egypt, and Canaan; 4to, numerous engravings of Babylonian Cylinders, and other inedited. Monuments of Antiquity (pub. at 21.12s. 6d.) bds. 16s.1823 another copy; 4to, calf extra, 11. 5s.

6995 6996


another copy; 4to, bds. slightly stained, 10s.



"Mr. Landseer has evinced great research and great ingenuity in the composition of this work, and we trust its merit will not be overlooked by the public."-New Monthly Magazine.

Lectures on the Art of Engraving; 8vo, bds. 8s. 1807 6998 LANDSEER'S (Thomas) Monkeyana: or, Men in Miniature, etched on 25 plates; folio, PROOFS ON INDIA PAPER (pub. at 21. 148.) bds. 11. 5s.


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